Magic Curtain Productions – Summer Camps 2013


    By Jacob Engels


    Earlier this week, we talked with Rhonda Cato, director of Magic Curtain Productions. She shared wonderful information about their summer camps and how to get in touch. Food for thought –


    What are the Magic Curtain Productions Summer Camps?


    Because we are East Orlando’s Premier Community Theater our camps focus on the arts. In camp students work on acting, voice, dancing and movie or film acting. We have a different theme each week and many of our camps end with performances for family and friends. With our Lights, Camera, Action camp June 17 – 24, you will receive an 8×10 head shot from a professional photographer, interview a working child actor and video your own commercial.  Our 2 week Annie camp will conclude with a full performance the last evening of camp.

    Tell us why your camps would be a good choice for both parents and kids?


    Our camps are a great choice for kids and parents. We are a full day camp 9:00 – 4:00pm. All of our camp counselors are educated in the field and are background checked. We have a full schedule of activities each day to keep children entertained while learning more about the amazing world of the performing arts. Our camp activities work on team building and self-confidence and are a great outlet for your child’s creativity.



    Do you offer other programs year round? 


    Yes, we produce 8 plays/musicals each year. Don’t miss our Main Stage production of The Wizard of OZ in the performing arts center at Timber Creek High School June 13 – 15, with over 50 cast members ages 7 to adult.  In the fall we also offer acting, dance, voice, production classes and open auditions. We have 3 award winning performance Troupes who perform for the community and travel to compete in Theater Festivals. Magic Curtain Productions has a program, class or production for all ages. MCP Where talent and creativity bring magic to Life!


    How can parents get in touch with you to register or find out more?


    You may visit email: or call 407-282-8368



    Jacob Engels, is the Founder of East Orlando Post. Along with the Post, he owns several other businesses and is currently enrolled at Valencia College. Jacob has lived in Avalon Park since it’s founding and enjoys playing with his black Labradoodle Jasper, listening to indie rock, and seeking out new business ventures. He can be reached at